PROJECT

Overview

San Diego Academy is a private co-educational K-12 school, which seeks to develop the “whole student” academically, socially, physically and spiritually. The campus had its beginnings in 1899, finally settling in on its current location in 1947.  The school offers a comprehensive K-12 educational experience in a private, Christian-based setting.

This new campus creates state-of-the-art learning environments to support programs serving students from kindergarten through high school. The playful design responds to both student and surrounding community influences.

Details

Location: National City, California

Client: Southeastern California Conference of Seventh-Day-Adventist

Size: 49,000 SF, 4.3 Acre Site

Cost: $7.5 M

Completion: 2003

Architect of Record: Jon Baker